After Tiger's "transgression," his economic rebound will depend on whether he follows Kobe Bryant — or Barry Bonds.
The Los Angeles Dodger says he took a drug he did not know was banned. True or not, the excuse adds to a lengthening line of equivocations from ballplayers suspected of doping.
In what could be a sign of things to come, the minor leagues have developed a stringent drug-testing program.
Don Catlin, one of the world’s top antidoping researchers, is tired of chasing down drugs. Now, he wants to help clean athletes prove their innocence.